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On Wednesday, September 19th, Hope Community, Inc. in partnership with Manhattan Neighborhood Network will screen "East Harlem Focus: A Community Facing Transition." The 6:00 pm screening at MNN Studios, 537 West 59th Street, will be followed by a public discussion on gentrification and displacement in East Harlem. Produced by the Hope Community’s community programs department, “East Harlem Focus...
Don't Miss MNN's 15th Birthday Bash! Celebrate MNN's 15th birthday by coming out to our Street Carnival Block Party September 15th, 1-6pm in East Harlem at 104th Street between 3rd and Lexington Avenues! Enjoy live entertainment, free food, games for youth, prizes and video expos! We'll also be kicking off the development of MNN's new Uptown Community & Youth Media Center in the historic...
>Ruth Glanz, who passed away quite unexpectedly this past week, served on Manhattan Neighborhood Network's board of directors for two terms. Her special assignment was to speak for the interests of our producers because she had been one herself for many years. AGEWISE, her program made with and about seniors, was recognized as "outstanding" at the Home Town Festival of the Alliance for...
WEDNESDAY JUNE 6TH FROM 6-8PM @ the EAST HARLEM BILINGUAL HEADSTART BUILDING 440 E. 116TH ST. btw. FIRST & PLEASANT AVE. TAKE THE 6 TRAIN TO 116TH ST. You're invited to join the MNN Youth Channel for our annual Spring Wrap Up Screening: A video blooms in Spanish Harlem! This year, we took on more trainings than ever & are excited to be honoring the youth media makers & organizations...
New York City is one of the most influential centers of alternative media in the United States and the home of numerous community media organizations. For the past four decades, Third World Newsreel (TWN), Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) and Paper Tiger TV (PTTV) have provided New Yorkers with a unique space to voice alternative views on social and political issues, producing documentaries...

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Race to Represent

Race to Represent

Race to Represent offers a 3D view of Manhattan’s 2018 elections.

Represent NYC

Represent NYC

Represent NYC is a weekly program that gives local elected officials and candidates the chance to update voters about the issues shaping the future of the city. 

Clip of the Week

October 18 is Spirit Day, a day designated for protecting those outside of heteronormative boundaries from violence.

YC Spotlight

In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, this week’s YC Spotlight looks back at a One Billion Rising event in Harlem, where local activists got together to educate the public about domestic violence statistics and share support resources.